American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The title, subtitle, or topic that stands at the top or beginning, as of a paragraph, letter, or chapter.
- n. The course or direction in which a ship or aircraft is moving.
- n. A gallery or drift in a mine.
- n. The end of a gallery or drift.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of providing with a head: as, the heading of a pin or of a barrel.
- n. That which stands at the head; especially, a title; a caption: as, the heading of a paper.
- n. Material to form a head, as timber for forming the heads of casks.
- n. The foam on liquor.
- n. A preparation of equal parts of alum and green vitriol, used in brewing.
- n. In dressmaking: The upper edge of a flounce or ruffle which projects above the line stitched on the dress, etc.
- n. Any narrow braid or trimming placed at the head of a flounce, ruffle, fringe, or other trimming.
- n. In lace-making, the edge of the lace on the side sewed to the dress, whether as a part of the design or in the form of separate braid.
- n. In fireworks, the particular device of a rocket, especially when used as a signal: as, a star-heading.
- n. A driftway or passage excavated in the line of an intended tunnel, forming a gullet in which the men work.
- n. In coal-mining: In England, often used as synonymous with head.
- n. plural In placer-mining, the mass of gravel above the head of the sluice.
- n. In brickwork, a row or course of headers; a heading-course.
- n. The molding above a door or a window; a head-mold.
- n. Homespun cloth.
- n. See the extract.
- v. present participle of head.
- n. The title or topic of a document, article, chapter etc.
- n. nautical The direction into which a seagoing or airborne vessel's bow is pointing (apparent heading) and/or the direction into which it is actually moving relative to the ground (true heading)
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act or state of one who, or that which, heads; formation of a head.
- n. That which stands at the head; title.
- n. Material for the heads of casks, barrels, etc.
- n. A gallery, drift, or adit in a mine; the vein above a drift.
- n. The end of a drift or gallery; also, the working face at the end of a tunnel, gallery, drift, or adit from which the work is advanced.
- n. (Sewing) The extension of a line ruffling above the line of stitch.
- n. (Masonry) That end of a stone or brick which is presented outward.
- n. the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies
- n. a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about
- n. a horizontal (or nearly horizontal) passageway in a mine
“In the coming 10 years, the inflation rate will most probably stay very low; current expectations are for around 1.8 percent," he told the mass-selling Bild am Sonntag newspaper, in one of the final interviews of his term heading the ECB.”
“This season's standings—in which Vettel has a 58-point lead on second-place Lewis Hamilton—have thus become the antithesis of last year's, when four drivers had a shot at the title heading into the season's final race.”
“After beating its first three Little League World Series opponents by a combined score of 46-1, the Taiwanese team is a favorite to win the title heading into its semifinal Saturday against Tokyo.”
“For the first time in F1 history, four drivers were in contention for the title heading into the last GP, with Mr. Hamilton finishing 16 points behind Mr. Vettel in fourth overall.”
“Sunday will mark the first time since the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship format began in 2004 that Johnson won't be eligible to win the title heading into the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.”
“Davey Allison was also a contender for the title heading into the final race of the season, aided by a collapse from Elliott, who finished 26th or worse in four of the final five races.”
“The McLarens of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton were fourth and fifth respectively, leaving both as rank outsiders for the title heading into the final three races of the season.”
“Title II (42 U.S.C. 5000 et seq.) is amended by striking the title heading and inserting the following:”
“This heading is assigned the PA, Antidepressive Agents, Tricyclic which is an indention of Antidepressive Agents in the hierarchy of MeSH headings (see Figure 2).”
“Norm Ornstein, a resident scholar at the conservative American Enterprise Institute, said the timing of bin Laden's death could even help give Obama more leverage in the short term heading into a debate with Republicans on key domestic issues such as the budget and the debt ceiling.”
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